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BRYNMENIN v. MR. BLOSSE'S…

PORTHCAWL v. BUXRAVEN.

- OGMORE VALE v. LLANTWIT…

ST. HILARY v. MR. BIRD'S (COWBRIDGE)…

MR. O. P. TRAHERNE'S XI. v.…

- TONDU RESERVES v. BRYNNA.

GWALIA TEMPERANCE (NANTYFFYLLON)…

MELANCHOLIA AND SUICIDE.

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PENILLION

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ATEB I DDYCHYMYG lOAN LLYFNWY.

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THE GRANTING OF BAIL.

HEALTHY AND STRONG.

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.

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BLAENGARW.

PONTYRHYL.

NANTYMOEL.

OGMORE VALE.

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OGMORE VALE. Successes.—At the recent school examina- tion of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M., the following pupils of Mr. Wm. Leyshon were successful: -Lower division, Miss Doris Crocombe, Aberkenfig; elemen- tary, Miss Dorothy Popkin. Tondu, and Mas- ter Thomas David Davies, Commercial-street, Nantymoel. FATAL. ACCIDENT AT THE WYNDHAM. Mr. W. A. Williams, deputy coroner, held an inquest at Church House, Ogmore Vale, on Wednesday, on the body of Ernest Francis Phillips, a collier, aged 17. who was killed by a fall of roof at the Wyndham Colliery on the previous day. Evidence of identification was given by Alice Phillips, deceased's mother, who resides at 9 Wyndham-street, Pricetown. David Williams, 57 St. John's-street, Og- more Vale, stated that deceased worked with him in a stall in the 2ft. 9in. seam. On Tuesday they went to work about 8 a.m., when witness examined the place thoroughly. He then went to the top side of the stall to work, and in about ten minutes lie heard a stone fall at the bottom end where deceased was. Witness called out, but received no answer. -tLe then went to the spot, where he found the deceased lying on the ground with a large stone on his right leg. Assist- ance was procured, and the stone taken off him. He was alive but unconscious. He was taken out of the colliery as quickly as possible, but died on the way. Deceased had only been working in that stall the day before. By Mr. Pritchard (assistant mines' in- spector) The stone struck deceased on the head, knocking him down and resting on the leg. Witness tested this particular stone that morning, and thought, it was all right. Deceased was at the time of the accident clearing rubbish. Lemuel Couch, 75 Dunraven-place, Ogmore Vale, acting fireman, deposed to making his usual examination on Tuesday morning. A verdict of Accidental Death was re- turned.

GILFACH GOCH.

Ogmore and Garw Council Election.

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PONTYCYMMER COLLIER'S DEATH.…

THE GILFACH DOUBLE FATALITY.…

GARW MINERS' MEETING. ---------

WELSH MINERS' WAGES. .

CRICKET.

- ST. HILARY v. ABURTHIN.

- ST. ATHAN v. ST. HILARY.

OGMORE VALE v. GILFACH GOCH.

TALGARN v. WELSH REGIMENT.

TALBOT v. LLANHARRY.

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Weather and the Crops.

BARONESS ROBBED.

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MARWOLAETH WILLIAM J. JONES…

PRIODASGERDD,

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TESTIMONIALS.

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